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    Anyone have any trick ways to hold a scoop tray down for dual carbs? Trying to come up with something that doesn't impede air flow and I'm stuck in a rut.

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    Jegs sells a real nice one
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    My friend designed this one for me
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    I made a bunch extra of these, billet aluminum for 4150 or 4500, work well with dooley type scoops, and others, they have a wide "feet" for surface area to help hold scoop base securely , pm me for details, Tim
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ID:	346089 bolt it to the valve covers u can hide ur trick carbs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by white tortilla View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by LOLYFE View Post
    I made a bunch extra of these, billet aluminum for 4150 or 4500, work well with dooley type scoops, and others, they have a wide "feet" for surface area to help hold scoop base securely , pm me for details, Tim
    Those look trick, PM sent Tim.

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    Jeg's or Summitt. Simple & clean. Solid mount with NO airflow restrictions. Dual carb set up has identical concept.
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    This is what I use. Works good. Super clean and there 69.99 each from jegs
    Hope this helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by LOLYFE View Post
    I made a bunch extra of these, billet aluminum for 4150 or 4500, work well with dooley type scoops, and others, they have a wide "feet" for surface area to help hold scoop base securely , pm me for details, Tim
    Tim this is what I'm dealing with, I hold down my tray with my flame arrestors at the moment, I would love to eliminate the arrestors if these will work? Carbs, tray, arrestors, scoop, like I need to explain that. LOL
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    I used 1/4" x 2" aluminium stock bent ears down about 2" above carb and drilled hole in center for bolt holdown But them ones up yonder sure looks purty !!
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    Here is a pic of how I use them, aluminum scoop pan was punched with correct inlet radius for carbs and broke to fit inside scoop, dzus buttons hold it to tray. Bent a 1/2 inch piece stainless tubing that front of scoop tray bolts to then goes to front of block.top part of bracket is attached with captive nuts welded to bottom of scoop bracket. Entire scoop/pan assembly comes off in less than 30 seconds, may not work for everyone but works for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gopher711 View Post
    I used 1/4" x 2" aluminium stock bent ears down about 2" above carb and drilled hole in center for bolt holdown But them ones up yonder sure looks purty !!
    Same thing I did. Bent them in a vise.

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